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Salvador Puig Antich – Collected Writings on Repression and Resistance in Franco’s Spain

On March 2, 1974, Catalan anarchist Salvador Puig Antich was strangled with a garrote by one of Franco’s executioners at the age of 25 for his participation in armed resistance actions. Even a plea for clemency from the Pope cannot change Franco’s (Catholic) mind. AK Press published a book about Salvador Puig Antich. The Book was edited by Ricard de Vargas Golarons and translated by Peter Gelderloos.

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A Strange Place – Review of George F.’s Good Times in Dystopia, Zero Books, 2019

A Review by Peter Gelderloos of George F.’s Good Times in Dystopia (Zero Books, 2019).

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An Interview with Peter Gelderloos, Part II: From Colonial Trauma to Ecological Resurgence

The second part of the interview with Peter Gelderloos continues discussing the recent climate justice movements, before discussing decolonization and the reproduction of colonial trauma. The interview concludes by talking about their forthcoming book on anarchist resistance to climate change.

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Charting Revolt – Resisting the Tendency Towards Reactionary Sociology – By Peter Gelderloos

In the eventuality capitalism maintains its stranglehold on the planet, the official histories of the present moment of resistance, decades from now, will claim that the battles raging around us began with the economic recession of 2008 and were further exacerbated by a second recession in 2020. The reason for this framing is fairly obvious: it obscures longer histories of revolt, particularly the exact forerunners of greater rebellions; and it portrays us, the plebes, as simple mechanical accessories that only enter into dysfunction when the economy fails to produce abundance, as though we were just puppets dancing on the strings of finance.

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An Interview with Peter Gelderloos, Part I: Anarchism and Environmental Struggle

This is the first of two parts of an interview with Peter Gelderloos. Part I contextualizes Gelderloos’s work, before discussing the politics of anarchism and direct action in present ecological struggles. It includes commentary on the recent upsurge of climate protests. 

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Non Serviam Podcast #24 | Peter Gelderloos on State Formation and Non Violence

Non Serviam talked with Peter Gelderloos on state formation and non violence.

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Green Anti-Capitalist Front: Interview with Peter Gelderloos on The Dangers of Non-Violence in the Environmental Movement

Peter Gelderloos is an anarchist activist and writer who for years has been talking about the dangers of the non-violent doctrine in social movements and advocating for a diversity of tactics as necessary for achieving meaningful social change.

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Preparing for Electoral Unrest and a Right-Wing Power Grab – An Analysis

In the following analysis, Peter Gelderloos explores the motivations and capabilities of the various factions that are likely to participate in the forthcoming conflict over the outcome of the 2020 election, describes how this figures in right-wing efforts to establish a revamped white supremacy in the context of the existing democratic system, and reviews what we can hope to accomplish by resisting.

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